We’re launching Jazzfest Pass 2021, the unofficial daily newsletter of the 2021 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
You and your friends can be yourselves, continually making new art. Here is April Liang doing that in good company around Vancouver.
We’ve released season one of a new podcast. Check out our first group of guests and follow the feed in your app of choice. More coming soon!
Vancouver’s SevenStudios brought together Canadian creatives and charities a livestream showcase called UNCVRD Vancouver.
Fragrance, the first album from Emad Armoush’s Rayhan, is a testament to collective improvisation and Syrian musical storytelling.
Vancouver jazz legend Fred Stride shared some reflections on the new album Saskatchewan Suite exclusively with Rhythm Changes.
The new single “Energy” from Vancouver-based rapper and producer Killian channels pandemic frustration into something meaningful.
The new album from acclaimed vocalist Dee Daniels explores spirituality, “internal house-cleaning”, and finding joy after cancer.
The latest single from Edmonton-based quartet Good Information combines post-bop and psychedelic chill-hop aesthetics in a satisfying way.
The first season of the Rhythm Changes Podcast comes out soon! Learn more about what’s next.
The debut release from Vancouver singer-songwriter Haleluya Hailu takes on a classic 80’s reference from a new cultural perspective.
I performed over 100 Canadian dates, with three awesome friends, in the best few years of my life. Thank you so much!
RGB (Deluxe), the latest release from Vancouver-based producer Stvrk, takes a new look at older work—with positive results.
What makes early-career artists work is speed. Unfortunately, FACTOR rewards almost 500 such artists every year for planning too slowly.
The new release from hip-hop group Conquering Alexander is a testament to serendipity, spirituality, and the right creative ingredients.
“Take Me Away” from Vancouver-based producer Kalyan Rath shows ingenuity and making smart decisions under time pressure.
For the first time, Amplify BC has long-term funding from the Province of British Columbia.
Thiessen’s first album is a thrilling combination of compositional finesse and expert collaborators.